Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. BYOD articles below.
With 85% of businesses forecasted to support BYOD by 2020, here’s a look at what's needed in the wireless network toolbox to power enterprise mobility.
Organizations are embracing video to help them communicate more effectively with their workers, according to new study from BT and Cisco.
The growth of the North America Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) market is being driven by increasing adoption of tablets and smartphones by employees for business purposes.
Most desired 2015 workplace perks are team collaboration apps and flexible work programs.
Using Bluetooth and NFC technologies, this access control system provides facility professionals an alternative to keys and smart cards.
New data shows many employers and employees do not take adequate steps to protect company information—a weakness that could result in critical security breakdowns.
HVAC systems may be the key to providing occupants with mobile connectivity in a facility.
Now that cellphones have become ubiquitous, employers have started implementing Bring Your Own Device policies in the workplace. This is creating challenges for a facility professional who is seeking feedback from others who have been through the experience.
The rising use of connected devices is exposing production sites to security breaches and cyber-attacks, compelling companies to seek ways to protect their networks, according to a new white paper from IHS Technology.
With a hand in virtually all areas of their sites, facility managers possess a holistic view of their organization' s buildings—equipping them with valuable insight into where and how perimeter security should be implemented. From the August 2013 issue.
As facilities staff increasingly use mobile tools to work, policies should follow suit. From the August 2013 issue.
Municipalities are getting creative with budgetary matters, but one Missouri town took things a bit too far. In Windsor, officials even started a fundraising campaign to collect money for toilet paper, claiming that budgets had been exceeded.